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These 10 D.C. Sublets Are Perfect for Fall 2015 Hillterns

Because it's hard out here for an intern, Curbed searched for some of the best sublets available for the fall semester. These aren't the prettiest apartments on the market, and they aren't the most well-located, but they're some of the most reasonably priced units on the market. The apartments featured range from a $700/month bedroom in a College Park single-family home to an $895/month one-bed private basement room in a Brookland single-family home. Be sure to also submit an application for Washington Intern Student Housing, a short-term intern housing program located in Capitol Hill. If you know of anyone offering a reasonably priced sublet in Washington, D.C., feel free to leave a comment or contact our tipline with more information.



What/Where: One-bed apartment in Logan Circle
Monthly Rate: $1,200
The skinny: As one of the most expensive sublets on the list, this unit offers one of the best locations. It is within walking distance to a Whole Foods, Starbucks, CVS, and multiple bus lines. The room also comes with a private bathroom.
Proximity to Metro: 10-minute walk from both the Mt. Vernon Square and Metro Center Metro stations



What/Where: One-bed basement room in townhome in Rockville, MD
Monthly Rate: $950
The skinny: This unit is specified for one "professional/student" who has a research grant or internship at Walter Reed Medical Hospital, Bethesda Naval Hospital, or any other hospital. Expect a female roommate in the three-level townhome. The listing assures that the abode is in a quiet, safe community. This furnished unit offers a private full bathroom and closet. The rent includes utilities, WiFi, parking, laundry, and amenities.
Proximity to Metro: Less than mile from the Rockville Metro



What/Where: One-bed private room in four-bed abode in Columbia Heights
Monthly Rate: $850
The skinny: This listing doesn't offer too many details on what kinds of students or young professionals are accepted as future tenants, but it does say that the owner is looking for an "open-minded person." The abode comes with off-street parking and a rear deck.
Proximity to Metro: Six blocks from Columbia Heights Metro



What/Where: One-bed basement apartment in Bloomingdale
Monthly Rate: $775
The skinny: This itty bitt room can surprisingly fit a queen-size bed, multiple drawers, and a desk. The owner of the home is male and has no gender preference for future tenants. The rent does not include "bills," which can rack up to $80 a month on average, according to the listing.
Proximity to Metro: The listing doesn't offer an address, but it does claim that the unit is within walking distance of both the Shaw/Howard and U Street Metro stations.



What/Where: One-bed room in a three-bed single-family home in College Park
Monthly Rate: $700
The skinny: One room is available in this renovated home. There is only one photo of the room, itself, but it shows that it has multiple windows and a desk. The owner of the home wrote in the listing: "Looking for clean, cool people."
Proximity to Metro: A little over two miles from the College Park Metro



What/Where: One-bed room in a townhome in River Terrace
Monthly Rate: $750
The skinny: This unit is only for non-smoking females. According to the listing, couples and children are not permitted. The private room that is up for grabs includes a full private bathroom and closet. Expect an ample amount of street parking, friendly neighbors, and a quiet community with a low amount of crime. No pets allowed.
Proximity to Metro: 15-20 minute walk to Minnesota Avenue Metro



What/Where: One-bed private basement room in single-family home in Brookland
Monthly Rate: $895
The skinny: This unit is not furnished, but it does come with a private, newly renovated bathroom. The rent does not include utilities. The first month's rent and a one-month security deposit is required at the lease signing.
Proximity to Metro: A little over one mile from the Rhode Island Metro



What/Where: One-bed apartment in a two-bed apartment in Columbia Heights
Monthly Rate: $1,200
The skinny: This room includes a twin bed, small desk, chair, and extra closet storage. The unit is located in an apartment building on 16th Street NW. The amenities in the building include a laundry facility, pool, and gym. This listing requires a minimum of two months of rent. All utilities and WiFi are included in the rent. No pets are allowed. There is a bus stop in front of the building. The listing asks for someone with "good communication, [a] good vibe, and cleanliness." The tenant cannot be a smoker, and must be open to male, female, and LGBT roommates.
Proximity to Metro: A little over half a mile from the Georgia Ave-Petworth Metro station



What/Where: One-bed room in a single-family home in Takoma
Monthly Rate: $1,150
The skinny: The bedroom is approximately 12-feet by 12-feet and includes a bed and a desk. All utilities are included in the rent. The WiFi is free as is the off-street parking at the residence. No smokers allowed.
Proximity to Metro: N/A



What/Where: One-bed basement apartment in College Park
Monthly Rate: $785
The skinny: The listing describes this unit as "like an efficiency apartment, but with a separate kitchen." The Internet and cable TV is no cost to the tenant, but the tenant is required to pay 25 percent of utilities. The security deposit totals to $400.
Proximity to Metro: A little over three miles from the Fort Totten Metro
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